Welcome to the March Freebie Challenge: "March Madness Mix-Up"

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  • luci45luci45 Posts: 1,963
    edited December 1969

    DanaTA said:

    A flea market...now there's a mad world if ever I saw one! Great job! So many things in there! :bug:

    Dana

    Thanks, Dana. An opportunity to use some stuff I wanted to use. (I love Lynne's chickens.)

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 9,551
    edited December 1969

    Yes, Lyne has some really nice freebies, doesn't she?

    Dana

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    HEADS UP FOLKS!!

    Mini-contest time.

    In celebration of St. Patrick's Day (Sunday); let's see some Irish pin-ups. There are 2 requirements: 1. the pin-up has to be wearing something green; and 2. there has to be shamrocks in the image.

    You have until Monday midnight DAZ time and the winner receives a $5 DAZ gift card.

  • JaderailJaderail Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    BWSman said:
    HEADS UP FOLKS!!

    Mini-contest time.

    In celebration of St. Patrick's Day (Sunday); let's see some Irish pin-ups. There are 2 requirements: 1. the pin-up has to be wearing something green; and 2. there has to be shamrocks in the image.

    You have until Monday midnight DAZ time and the winner receives a $5 DAZ gift card.

    Make that two $5 gift cards for the winner. I so want to see this.
  • zawarkalzawarkal Posts: 1,018
    edited December 1969

    do you require freebies, any paid items allowed? are links required?

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited March 2013

    No links required. Free or Paid for. Anything goes just as long as the two requirements are met.

    You could have the troll in a green tutu posing & it will be accepted (although not necessarily win).

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  • Lord GanthorLord Ganthor Posts: 591
    edited December 1969

    Hey, I'm wearin' green...I'm drinkin' green...hell, I'm even...naw, I ain't even gonna go dere...

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  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 9,551
    edited December 1969

    Hey, I'm wearin' green...I'm drinkin' green...hell, I'm even...naw, I ain't even gonna go dere...

    :bug: :lol:

    Dana

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Hey, I'm wearin' green...I'm drinkin' green...hell, I'm even...naw, I ain't even gonna go dere...

    Well, that's going to turn me off green beer :lol:
  • zawarkalzawarkal Posts: 1,018
    edited December 1969

    maybe not the greatest, but it's a whole lot easier than my pull

    |:| Kiss Me! I'm an Irish banshee |:|

    Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!

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  • Gloomy007Gloomy007 Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Oh Might make something in the evening ( my evening, which is your morning) .. darn.. again I've lost notification for the forum.
    And hey LG nice to see Da Ral Man again !

  • robkelkrobkelk Posts: 3,257
    edited December 1969

    If you're going to Londonderry,
    be sure to wear a shamrock in your hair...


    The girl is "Bay" for V4, by Imaginary House on Renderosity
    http://www.renderosity.com/mod/bcs/bay/98006

    The hair is a freebie - Studio Maya's "Short Layerd Hair":
    http://www.3digitalcrafts.net/studiomaya/1download/wig1/wig01.html

    The shamrock is a freebie:
    http://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/details.php?item_id=71000

    The outfit is "Dawn for Victoria 4," from Poser World.
    http://poserworld.com/Poser.Clothes/Victoria.4/10939/Dawn.for.Victoria.4.aspx

    The glasses... I don't remember where I got those glasses from. (The scene editor says they're called "Glasses_1" and I made the rims 0% opaque before rendering them, on the off-chance that helps anyone identify them.)

    The green tint/colours to the shamrock, outfit, and glasses were applied on the Surfaces tab.

    Her pose is a freebie - #10 in "V4 - Assorted poses" by just_last_knight - although I gave her a bit of a smile (just a bit!) in addition.
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/54616/View/11/Poser/V4---Assorted-poses

    Everything else is the old Daz Environment

    (Larger version here: http://web.ncf.ca/fm536/renders/hillside_pinup.png )

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  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 26,778
    edited December 1969

    Not quite your usual leprechaun

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  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    OK, we got a few more nice entries for the min-contest. You still have another day and I'm not asking for a lot here.

  • jeeperzjeeperz Posts: 1,097
    edited December 1969

    well damn those leprechauns anyway.... My computer crashed this morning, well not actually crashed, but I woke up to 35 Trojans attacking my computer, lost internet, then ..... so I had to get the the old main disk out and redo the hard drive, bye bye everything. I was able to backup important files but not using my Nero, it crashed 2nd. too 8 hours, but I'm back. wanted to do the mini contest but not now, I just got poser up, nothing in it. DANG LEPRECHAUNS

  • DollyGirlDollyGirl Posts: 2,114
    edited December 1969

    She is so cute Cho!
    Sorry to hear about your trojans, oh I mean Leperchauns.
    BW here is my entry for the mini contest.

    A Little Bit Irish

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  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 9,551
    edited December 1969

    Lots o' green in here lately! ;-P

    Dana

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    sorry to hear about your computer woes. I hope you get everything sorted out.

  • zawarkalzawarkal Posts: 1,018
    edited December 1969

    question... my image is so large that I am forced to render it as two separate layers that I will then have to combine using psp... I know the rule says no postwork so the image layers will definitely be simply overlaid at 100% Normal... my question is, you know how rendering a png creates the white artefacts around the layered foreground items, am I allowed to soften those edges or do I have to submit the image leaving those artefacts? also, do you require me to show the two original renders or is just the final image enough?

  • zawarkalzawarkal Posts: 1,018
    edited December 1969

    Chohole... I really like your image!

  • nitehawk_ltdnitehawk_ltd Posts: 351
    edited March 2013

    Mini Contest entry.

    OH Crap!!!

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  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 9,551
    edited December 1969

    Mini Contest entry.

    OH Crap!!!

    That'll ruin the mood! :-P

    Dana

  • nitehawk_ltdnitehawk_ltd Posts: 351
    edited December 1969

    Look in the cockpit windows. :) :)

    When it's done, I'll be putting a bigger version on my DA page.

  • Gloomy007Gloomy007 Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    What a gorgoues minicontest entries.. like anyone can resist rendering half naked vikies :D

    Jepeerz.. ouch, hope you will get everything up and running without any additional stress ( and costs) them coputers tned to be very mean sometimes ( eventually try, maybe he just wants someof your green beer lol) :)

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 9,551
    edited December 1969

    Look in the cockpit windows. :) :)

    When it's done, I'll be putting a bigger version on my DA page.

    OK, I see the guy who's smiling, and I see the guy with his hands up in the air. What am I missing?

    Dana

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Zawarkal said:
    question... my image is so large that I am forced to render it as two separate layers that I will then have to combine using psp... I know the rule says no postwork so the image layers will definitely be simply overlaid at 100% Normal... my question is, you know how rendering a png creates the white artefacts around the layered foreground items, am I allowed to soften those edges or do I have to submit the image leaving those artefacts? also, do you require me to show the two original renders or is just the final image enough?
    To reduce the white jaggedness try changing the background colour to approximately match your background. Also I personally don't consider removing such artifacts as postwork (or rather as necessary postwork); so I will allow you to do that.
  • nitehawk_ltdnitehawk_ltd Posts: 351
    edited March 2013

    DanaTA said:
    Look in the cockpit windows. :) :)

    When it's done, I'll be putting a bigger version on my DA page.

    OK, I see the guy who's smiling, and I see the guy with his hands up in the air. What am I missing?

    Dana
    Better view.
    NAE.

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  • jeeperzjeeperz Posts: 1,097
    edited December 1969

    thanks everyone about your concerns. UnFortunately it was Trojans and viruses, but I know how to wipe a hard drive. took care of it quick. got my stuff backed up, the most important was pixs of the grandson and Christmas that I had taken off my camera for more room and hadn't put on disk yet. scared me when I couldn't open up a browser, then I went to back up with Nero and it wouldn't open. Thank goodness for windows 7 and I backup up files by whatever the program that comes with windows is cuz my Nero wouldn't open either. before the domino effect took over I got what I needed and dumped what I could still get, which reminds me I need to go reset my March madness stuff I purchased here at DAZ, Great mini contest renders, looks like I wouldn't have come close anyway.

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    DanaTA said:
    Look in the cockpit windows. :) :)

    When it's done, I'll be putting a bigger version on my DA page.

    OK, I see the guy who's smiling, and I see the guy with his hands up in the air. What am I missing?

    Dana


    Better view.
    NAE.Jealous ex-girlfriend/boyfriend?
  • DollyGirlDollyGirl Posts: 2,114
    edited December 1969

    Zawarkal said:
    question... my image is so large that I am forced to render it as two separate layers that I will then have to combine using psp... I know the rule says no postwork so the image layers will definitely be simply overlaid at 100% Normal... my question is, you know how rendering a png creates the white artefacts around the layered foreground items, am I allowed to soften those edges or do I have to submit the image leaving those artefacts? also, do you require me to show the two original renders or is just the final image enough?

    Zawarkal, What I learned to do and it works really well is to set the background to black and render to a tif file. When you bring the tif into the image program select the scene portion by using the alpha channel.

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